Adventure Series

Outdoor adventure experience

Join CTL for a 3 day outdoor adventure experience encompassing:

  • An introduction to pistol and rifle marksmanship

    Learn how to safely and effectively handle a pistol and rifle while understanding the fundamentals of pistol and rifle marksmanship

  • Wilderness & Trauma medicine

    Learn how to identify life threatening emergencies and common wilderness injuries as well as how to treat them

  • Land navigation

    Learn how to read a map, understand terrain and navigate any environment

  • Survival skills

    Learn how to build fires, filter water, dress animals and create a survival shelter

  • Team building and exercises

    A full day of fun and competitive exercises encompassing everything learned the two days prior

Day 1

Safety Brief

Medical Class

Intro to Rifle and Pistol


Pistol 101


Map/Compass/GPS/ Land Nav


Day 2

Survival Skills
Critical Thinking/Team Building/Competition

Rifle 101 Part 1


Rifle 101 Part 2

Land Nav


Critical Thinking/Team Building/Competition


Day 3


CULEX all day


  • Luke Sciulli


    Luke Sciulli is a former US Army Special Forces Green Beret and Medic with deployment experiences across Africa, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. With multiple deployments Luke provides real world experience to austere tactical and medical environments as well as critical thinking and unconventional situations and scenarios. As a certified instructor with SIG SAUER you will receive top notch, accredited instruction with real world application. Luke now does research and development for the government as well as tactical and medical consulting across the country and abroad. Join Luke and the Creek and Timber Legacy team for 3 days of education, training, fun and an awesome outdoor experience.

  • Matthew Haggart


    SFC (Ret) Matthew Haggart was born and raised in a small town outside of Atlanta, GA. During his childhood, his mother and father instilled in him a strong desire of thankfulness and appreciation for what this Country provides to us all. After graduating from his undergraduate studies, he joined the United States Army. Enduring the grueling 2-year pipeline, SFC Haggart joined the ranks of the highly secretive Green Beret’s in 2010. As a member of the US Army Special Forces, SFC Haggart deployed multiple times to Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.

    SFC Haggart was medically retired from US Special Forces in 2019 after he was severely injured during a nighttime raid of a high value individual (HVI) in the early morning hours of January 24th, 2018 in Southern Afghanistan.

    Matthew Haggart has since gone on the obtain his MBA from the University of Georgia and now provides Strategy & Leadership coaching to Fortune 500 leaders across a wide spectrum of industries. He enjoys passing on his knowledge of firearms, firearms safety, advances urban combat techniques, and pistol/rifle tactics.

  • Justin Arrant


    I am 33 years old from Fort Worth, Texas. Im a husband to my beautiful wife Sara and I’m a father to my awesome nine year old son Cannon and 12 year old bonus daughter Liliana. I joined the Army on 04 July 2007 as an Airborne Infantryman. My first duty was with 1/505th BN, 3rd BCT, 82nd ABN DIV from 2008 to 2010. I served as a Machine Gunner from Dec 2008 to NOV 2009. While in Iraq I completed UAV RAVN Operators Course and signed my first reenlistment.

    I then moved to Fort Polk to serve with the 1/509th ABN OPFOR BN from 2010 to 2012. I served as an OPFOR Cell Team Leader and Rifle Squad Leader. My accomplishments at Fort Polk included earning the coveted E.I.B., Completed WLC on the Commandant’s List, Graduated from A.L.C. with Combatives LVL I, and Hero of The Battle.

    I served at Fort Campbell from 2012 to 2014 with 1/327th IN BN, 1st BCT, 101st ABN DIV. I served as a Weapon Squad Lead and as a Section Leader. In Feb 2013 I was hand selected throughout the Division to deploy with JSOC to Afghanistan for six months where I served as an Attachment NCOIC. My accomplishments at Fort Campbell include The EWO Crew Master Gunner’s Course, UPL, Air Assault School, and Recruiter Course. I then served in Mid-Atlantic Recruiting BN from August 2014- May 2017. My accomplishments included Combatives Level II, earned my Associates Degree in Business with a now total of 109 Semester Hours of College, the Meritorious Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal. I coordinated, planned, and trained 27 NCOs for Air Assault School resulting in 25 NCOs graduating, I was hand selected to represent the Army during the 2017 U.S. Army All American Bowl Selection Tour, and then graduated from Station Commanders Course as the Distinguished Honor Grad APR 2017. I reported to Dallas Recruiting BN 12JUN2017, completed SLC NOV 2017, and I served as the Station Commander from June 2017 until September 2019, and then as a Station Commander of a larger Station in Fort Worth from September 2019- August 2022. I am currently being Medically Retired from The United States Army due to a surgery related to service in years past. I have served 14 years and 4 months so far.